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March 2011

Rivers, Lakes, Bays N’ Bayous, Oh My! Join us for Trash Bash to Help Clean Houston Waterways

Rivers, Lakes, Bays N’ Bayous, Oh My! Join us for Trash Bash to Help Clean Houston WaterwaysOn Saturday, March 26 thousands of volunteers will clean up waterways throughout the Greater Houston area at the annual Rivers, Lakes, Bays N’ Bayous Trash Bash, the largest statewide event developed to emphasize the importance of water resources.

In the Energy Corridor, volunteers will gather at the gazebo at Terry Hershey Park, located at 15200 Memorial Drive, to clean the wooded areas along Buffalo Bayou in Terry Hershey Park from Highway 6 to Beltway 8.  Volunteers will also clean parts of Langham Creek.  

Registration takes place between 8 and 9 a.m., followed by the litter clean up from 9 a.m. – 11 a.m.  The volunteer activities conclude with lunch.  Click here for specific details. Volunteers will receive a free lunch, door prizes and T-Shirts.

With over 17 sites, everyone can join in and have a great time giving back to our community!  For more information call 281-486-9500 or email swinformation@h-gac.com or check out the website, www.trashbash.org

 

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